Four Ukrainian planes were shot down in the Chernihiv region of Ukraine, one in the Kramatorsk region. The Ministry of Defense also announced the destruction of 36 military infrastructure facilities of Ukraine The Ministry of Defense reported the destruction of five Ukrainian aircraft per day” />
The Russian military shot down five aircraft of the Ukrainian Space Forces in a day. This is stated in the message of the Russian Ministry of Defense, received by RBC.
According to the agency, these were four Ukrainian Su-24 aircraft and one Su-27. According to the official representative of the department, Igor Konashenkov, four Su-24s were shot down over the Chernihiv region, of which two — in the area of the village of Repki, two more— in the Gorodny area. A Ukrainian Su-27 fighter was shot down near Kramatorsk, Donetsk region, Konashenkov said.
In addition, 19 Ukrainian drones were destroyed during the day and five missiles of the Ukrainian Smerch multiple launch rocket system were shot down. near the airfield in the Kherson region.
Operational-tactical aviation and missile troops also hit 36 Ukrainian military targets in a day. “Among them: two control posts, two anti-aircraft missile systems, one multiple launch rocket system, three ammunition depots and two fuel and lubricants depots, and 23 areas of concentration of Ukrainian military equipment,” — Igor Konashenkov, official representative of the department, said.
In total, since February 24, 308 drones, 1,713 tanks and 170 multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS), 715 field artillery pieces and mortars, as well as 1,557 units of special military vehicles have been destroyed .
Also, Russian troops reached the southern outskirts of the village of Novoselivka, wedged 2 km deep into the defenses of the 95th airborne assault brigade of the Ukrainian armed forces. The LNR forces advanced five kilometers, captured the villages of Ivanovka, Novosadovoye and reached the line of the villages of Novolyublino and Terny.
At the request of Roskomnadzor, RBC provides data on the details of the military operation in Ukraine based on information from Russian official sources.
On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a military operation in Ukraine, the purpose of which he called “demilitarization and denazification” neighboring country.
Moscow and Kyiv have since held several rounds of negotiations to resolve the conflict on the territory of Belarus, then the discussion continued in video format.
Among the demands put forward by the Russian delegation, — recognition of Crimea by Kiev as Russian, and the DPR and LPR— independent states. The next round of negotiations will be held on March 29-30 in person, said the head of the Russian delegation, presidential aide Vladimir Medinsky. David Arakhamia, a member of the Ukrainian delegation at the talks, clarified that the talks are in Turkey.
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